Dusty Miller is a really good foliage plant. This variety has finely cut silvery leaves that look particularly good in the front of borders, along paths and in containers. Grown mostly for their lovely leaves, plants have insignificant yellow flowers in summer. They grow to a height of about 30cm and the same across and have a good compact shape. The leaves look good in flower arrangements.
Senecio grows best in full sun to part shade and well-drained soil. The plants are drought, wind and salt tolerant once established and also good for dry or gravel gardens. In warmer parts of the UK and in Mediterranean gardens these plants grow as perennials and maintain a good shape with spring pruning.
Pack of approx 500 small seeds. Sow in late winter and spring for planting out in late spring, or sow in summer/autumn for over-wintering in a greenhouse. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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